Grace Mannix-Slobig, LMSW is a graduate of New York University Silver School of Social Work, where she studied clinical social work.
As a clinician, Grace has experience working with a diverse range of individuals from young children to older adults and has explored issues of gender, race, identity, sexuality, and aging. She incorporates a variety of evidence-based practices to complement the application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, that is tailored to each unique client and their needs.
The support that Grace offers similarly follows a range of needs. She offers treatment for depression, anxiety and anxiety-related disorders, insomnia, phobias, grief, as well as navigating divorce, executive functioning support, performance coaching and career transition and advancement. She also uses a trauma-informed approach, and can support your journey in post-traumatic growth and recovery.
Whether you are apprehensive about starting therapy, or eager to begin, Grace is willing to match your pace and learn your goals with you. She invites your inner wisdom to the space and integrates this invaluable resource into your treatment.
Grace’s approach is validating, empowering, and non-judgmental. Her welcoming space regularly invites your feedback. Equipped with a sociological imagination, Grace also uses a person-in-environment approach to aid client’s understanding of how their life and wellness is shaped by environmental and cultural factors. Together, clients can learn about their strengths, and overcome barriers.
Grace uses metaphors to help demystify life’s wonders, and better understand a client’s wellness journey. Her approach seeks to increase client’s awareness, amplify strengths, and guide clients to a place of empowerment, despite life’s adversities. Grace believes that everyone has an innate capacity to take care of oneself, and partners with her clients in defining and creating a life worth living. Her approach to therapy is active, and collaborative; Grace respects that the client is the expert of their own life, and the most qualified person to make important choices.
Grace provides therapy for the following:
What Should I Do Next?
When you’re ready to begin therapy, we hope you’ll consider contacting The Center for CBT in New York City. We offer a safe space where you are free to be who you really are and express yourself and your values authentically. We embrace, value, and welcome people of all sexual orientations, genders, and racial identities. The Center for CBT in New York City makes beginning your therapy journey simple. You can get started any time by completing our online consultation request form. One of our team members will be in touch within 24 business hours to answer your questions.